Oxford Schools superintendent Ken Weaver resigns after 9 months

Oxford superintendent Ken Weaver speaks during the graduation ceremony for Oxford High School class of 2022 at Pine Knob Music Theater in Clarkston on Thursday, May 19, 2022.

The superintendent of Oxford Community Schools has resigned from the school district after only nine months in the top role.

Ken Weaver resigned in a letter to the community on Tuesday, citing health reasons. Weaver, who has been with the district for 19 years, replaced Tim Throne last March to lead the school district, several months after a school shooting that killed four students and injured six others plus a teacher.

“Over the last month, my health, wellness, and my own recovery from the events of November 30th has been greatly impacted by the stress and responsibility of my position,” he wrote. “With the deterioration of my health, I have come to understand that my own recovery path must now lead me away from Oxford Community Schools.”

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